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Here I delve into the issue of diversity in early Christianity by using the opponents in John's epistles as a starting point (part 1 of 2). These epistles provide evidence of an early Christian schism over how to view Jesus' humanity. This is part of series 3 ("Diversity in Early Christianity: 'Heresies' and Struggles") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
This audio is part of the collection: Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
It also belongs to collections: Podcasts; Spirituality & Religion
Artist/Composer: Philip A. Harland
Keywords: early Christianity; New Testament; Bible; Gospel of John; Epistles; history
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada
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|Podcast 3.1 Diversity and John's opponents part 1||
Subject: Loving the Series
I have listened to this series again and again. I love it. You have a great historic approach without the theological bias. You present the info and appear to not take sides either way. It really causes the information you bring out to speak for itself. Love the music too.